Palestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: ReutersPalestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: Reuters
Palestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: Reuters

A coronavirus wedding: masks in matching white, no guests beyond family, and a honeymoon in quarantine

  • Many weddings have been delayed, but this couple decided to go ahead with theirs in a show of normality
  • The groom needed special permit to take his bride from a city under lockdown, though, and they won’t be honeymooning anywhere

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Palestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: ReutersPalestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: Reuters
Palestinian bride and groom Baraa Amarneh and Imad Sharaf, wearing masks as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, leave a hairdressing salon on their wedding day in Beit Jala, Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photo: Reuters
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